Property Broker Monitor and Topology Peek tools now posted on Lotus Sandbox

What started out as being internal tools to help me and Chuck test our areas of Composite Applications (CA) ended up being some really nice tools to help debug the declarative apps at runtime for development. The tools are now used by many internal developers to see what is going on at runtime, in the CA cache, and the property broker registry. I look at this as the old “Iris” way of doing things.

I packaged the tools as an NSF update site with some basic help. This means you simply copy the NSF to your data directory and open it, the Eclipse plug-ins are automatically installed – you restart, and you are ready to go! Of course the tools are “as is” but I am willing to answer any questions or look at problems if you need help.

I also have a posting going on the CA blog in the morning to announce it.

You can download the tools for Lotus Notes 8 here.

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